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Educación financiera y planificación fiscal: un enfoque metodológico introductorio

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  • José M. Domínguez Martínez

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Este trabajo tiene como propósito ofrecer una visión introductoria de la fundamentación de la planificación fiscal como componente esencial de la educación financiera. Dicha fundamentación se efectúa a partir de la consideración de las competencias en materia financiera establecidas por la OCDE para jóvenes y adultos. Asimismo se expone un enfoque didáctico de un programa genérico de educación financiera, dentro del que se contempla el tratamiento de las cuestiones fiscales. El enfoque se complementa con una ilustración básica de contenidos, haciendo uso del marco conceptual de la planificación fiscal. Finalmente se repasan diversos cuestionarios utilizados para la medición del nivel de cultura financiera de la población, a fin de comprobar el protagonismo otorgado a las cuestiones fiscales.

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  • José M. Domínguez Martínez, 2018. "Educación financiera y planificación fiscal: un enfoque metodológico introductorio," Working Papers 02/18, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
  • Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0218
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    Educación financiera; Planificación fiscal; Enfoque metodológico; Programas de educación financiera; Cuestionarios; Cultura financiera.;

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